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* Anyone can read anything
 
* Anyone can read anything
* To edit content you must register with an E-mail address and be given edit privileges by any [mailto:wiki@openssl.com sysop].
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* To edit content you must register with an E-mail address. Eventually edit privileges may be manually set by any [mailto:wiki@openssl.com sysop].
  
At least for now anyone who wants to edit content and/or handle sysop duties is welcome; we want your participation and are not asking for any qualifications, references, etc. other than an interest in the subject matter.  We hope and expect to have multiple "sysops" (administrators).
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Anyone who wants to edit content and/or handle sysop duties is welcome; we want your participation and are not asking for any qualifications, references, etc. other than an interest in the subject matter.  We hope and expect to have multiple "sysops" (administrators).
  
 
We would like the content to be as widely usable as possible, which means public domain. However, existing OpenSSL materials will inevitably appear here so we ask that all original content be in the public domain and all existing content that is copied here be in the public domain ''or'' under the OpenSSL license.
 
We would like the content to be as widely usable as possible, which means public domain. However, existing OpenSSL materials will inevitably appear here so we ask that all original content be in the public domain and all existing content that is copied here be in the public domain ''or'' under the OpenSSL license.

Revision as of 17:52, 27 February 2013

Welcome to the OpenSSL Wiki

Under construction as we figure out what works and what doesn't. Please see the basic rules which are summarized here:

This wiki is intended for open participation by the user community, with only enough restrictions so we don't have to fool with capchas and constantly monitor for spam and vandalism. So while we may not have implemented it quite right, the intent is that:

  • Anyone can read anything
  • To edit content you must register with an E-mail address. Eventually edit privileges may be manually set by any sysop.

Anyone who wants to edit content and/or handle sysop duties is welcome; we want your participation and are not asking for any qualifications, references, etc. other than an interest in the subject matter. We hope and expect to have multiple "sysops" (administrators).

We would like the content to be as widely usable as possible, which means public domain. However, existing OpenSSL materials will inevitably appear here so we ask that all original content be in the public domain and all existing content that is copied here be in the public domain or under the OpenSSL license.

It remains to be seen how this will work out. If you think your contributions have been blocked or modified inappropriately it was probably done by accident; please contact Steve Marquess, marquess@opensslfoundation.com, +1 301-874-2571.

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